Ginny is the Manager for Visual Communications and Social Media: Metro Construction Relations for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority which serves as transportation planner and coordinator, designer, builder and operator for more than 9.6 million people – nearly one-third of California’s residents. Ginny spends her working hours translating construction scenarios, building, mitigation monitoring plans, and environmental documents into digestible chapters or fact sheets. Her whole purpose is to empower individuals, who will come together as a community to work towards a common good.
She has extensive experience in project management, community outreach and economic analysis.
Her current workload includes Metro projects like the Regional Connector, Wilshire Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit, Los Angeles Streetcar, High Desert Corridor; and other Los Angeles regional projects like Park 101. Previous projects have included the Los Angeles Union Station Run Through Tracks, Los Angeles to Pasadena Gold Line Construction, Jordan Downs Community Master Plan, North County Combined Highway Corridor Study, and many others.
Ginny was the first in her family to graduate from college. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and Economics from Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington wherein Her fields of studies focused on the birth of environmental policies shaping public health and the history of social welfare policies in the United States. After, Ginny earned her Masters of Public Policy with a focus on American Politics, from Pepperdine University. While attending graduate school she worked on electoral campaigns and assisted party leadership.